National Endowment for the Humanities   Adelphi Univeristy
2020 NEH Summer Institute Opportunity

Worlds in Collision:

Nahua and Spanish Pictorial Histories and Annals in 16th-Century Mexico

A National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute
for 26 College Faculty participants
to be held at Adelphi University July 19 to August 9, 2020
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A Note on Institute Stipend and Lodging


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Project Co-Directors:
Dr. Laraine Fletcher
Adelphi University, Anthropology, emerita,
fletcher@adelphi.edu

Dr. George Scheper
Senior Lecturer, Advanced Academic Programs, The Johns Hopkins University,
gscheper@jhu.edu

Project Manager:
Mary Cortina
Director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
cortina@adelphi.edu

     The taxable NEH stipend for a three-week Summer Institute is $2,700, intended to help defray costs of travel, lodging, meals, and books in connection with the Institute.

     For our project, we have pre-arranged lodging for 21 nights at dorms on the campus of Adelphi University, in Garden City, Long Island, NY. For those opting to accept our collegial arrangements at Adelphi, participants will receive lodging in air-conditioned double rooms and shared bathrooms on each hall, at a rate of $50 per night; for those preferring single accommodations, the rate would be $100 per night, depending upon availability. If, as a successful applicant, you opt to go with this lodging arrangement on a double-room basis, we would withhold $1,050 from your stipend to cover the dorm lodging for 21 nights, and your balance cash stipend would be $1,650. [If you opt for single lodging, based upon availability, we would withhold $2,100, and your balance cash stipend would be $600.]

     Participants may, of course, opt to make their own housing arrangements off campus. Once successful applicants are notified of their acceptance on March 27, they must notify the project directors by April 3 whether they accept or decline the offer, and whether they opt for the campus lodging plan, or wish to make alternative housing arrangements.

     Adelphi has several dining facilities; the main dining hall offers eat-what-you-wish meals at standard fixed rates for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (currently, $7, $12, and $15, respectively). The campus also has a number of snack bars and food trucks.

For additional information you may contact one of the Project Co-Directors:

Dr. Laraine Fletcher, Adelphi University, Anthropology, emerita, fletcher@adelphi.edu

Dr. George Scheper, Senior Lecturer, Advanced Academic Programs, The Johns Hopkins University, gscheper@jhu.edu






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